Religious site, symbol of endurance during WWII, popular postcard subject – St. Paul’s Cathedral is a truly iconic part of London’s skyline and one of the highest domes in the world. A visit to this landmark is always fascinating, with multimedia guides and tours included; marvel at the cathedral floor, explore the crypt where heroes including Lord Nelson rest, and admire timeless artwork. Test The Whispering Gallery’s unbelievable acoustics and hear a mere whisper reverberate, then soak up views from the Stone and Golden Galleries’ windows, high above passers-by. Finish a fantastic outing with a delicious afternoon tea for two at one of three London hotels: The DoubleTree by Hilton Victoria, the Courthouse Hotel or the Ambassador’s Hotel.
Availability: Monday to Saturday excluding Christmas and New Year period. Weather: Duration: St. Paul’s Cathedral is open from 9am to 4pm, expect to be there for around two hours. Afternoon tea can be taken any time between 2pm to 4pm. Numbers On Day: Spectators: Dress Code: Each hotel requires smart casual dress for guests taking afternoon tea. Guidelines: Restrictions: Under 14’s must be accompanied by an adult. Other Info: Please note, access to the galleries is by stair only and unsuitable for wheelchair users.
Location: London, Greater London